Dizzying patterns in polymer

Newberg on PCDaily

Sometimes we polymer artists just want to sit and admire the work that goes into a series of canes like this lovely black and white grouping from Meg Newberg. And she doesn’t extrude!

Meg has a brain made for caning. She knows how to break the process down into bite-sized pieces that she shares in monthly tutorials. Take a look on Etsy, Facebook and her site.

Breathe in and let your eyes dance around the patterns. Feel better?

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  • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

    As a desultory caner on my best days, I have been in awe of Meg Newberg since she first burst onto the scene—what she can do with a simple palette is simply astonishing.

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